Talented women
Are they making it to the top?

EY - Talented women: are they making it to the top?
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In an ideal world, talented people would make it to the top regardless of gender, ethnicity or nationality. However, a quick look at some statistics suggests this is not happening for women.

Investors, governments and companies are increasingly taking action to address the issue of gender imbalance on boards. And as the war for talent heats up for P&U, the business benefits of more women in the boardroom become even more compelling.

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